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A total of 19 illegally parked vehicles were hauled off the roads of Bangkok by police on Monday under a stringent new policy aimed at alleviating traffic jams in the city. 

A tow-truck from Bang Sue police station tows a car after it is found parked illegally under Ari BTS Station on Phahon Yothin Road on Monday. Photo by Apichit Jinakul

Assistant to the national police chief Pol Lt Gen Ruangsak Jaritake said two cars were towed away to Phayathai police station, two to Bang Sue, three to Phahonyothin, one to Lumpini, one to Khlong Tan, one to Thung Maha Mek, one to Thonglor, two to Pathumwan, and six to Talad Plu.

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